• Children & Dogs

    Introducing your dog to your New baby

    Before you have your baby, realize that your dog’s temperament will not change once your child comes home.  A dog that does not like children will not automatically like yours because he realizes you gave birth to him.  Your dog will not realize, he can no longer sleep in your bed, or chew his bone on your couch.  You must instill a new order way before your child comes home.  Before The Baby Comes  Make sure to get your dog used to a new feeding, walking and exercising schedule before you bring your baby home.  This schedule must be realistic for a new born child.  It also might be wise to hire…

  • Children & Dogs

    Thinking of having a Baby?

    Don’t make these dog mistakes  Usually bringing a human baby home adds a new stress to the home life; a good stress but new stress none the less.  If you are ever anticipating having a child, avoid these common pitfalls that dog owners allow their canine baby to get used to.  Jumping or Giving Paw:  If allow your dog to jump or teach him to give paw, it’s going to be hard to undo that training once your baby comes home.  An infant’s skin is sensitive, your dog may want to jump on you or give you his paw but if you are holding the infant, chances are he or she will…